Ratdog Live at F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts on 2005-04-13
FM Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
April 13, 2005
Source: JWmod AKG 460's>CK1x>V3>JB3
Location: Row F, DFC, Stand at 7 feet.
Taper: Tony Suraci
Disc One/Set One:
104 Take Me to the River
106 Lucky Enough
107 Ramble on Rose
108 Wrong Way Feelin'
109 Truckin' Jam
Disc Two/Set Two:
202 El Paso@3
204 Mississippi Half Step
205 The Other One
206 Help on the Way*+
Disc Three/Set Two Cont:
302 Wharf Rat
303 Two Djinn
305 Franklin's Tower
306 Brokedown Palace
*-with A.J. Santella (Percussion/Vocals); +-with Vadim Canby (Drums/Percussion);
Bob before "Brokedown": "There's the door, Johnnie, follow the light";
The band wore black arm bands in Johnnie Johnson's memory;
Stuff - Jeff/Jay/Kenny/AJ/Vadim > all
Collection RatdogBand/Artist RatdogVenue F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing ArtsLocation Wilkes-Barre, Pa.Source JWmod AKG460>CK1x>MK46>V3>JB3Lineage JB3>CE2K>cdwav>flacTaped by Tony SuraciTransferred by Tony Suraci
April 5, 2012
MY FIRST RATDOG SHOW!
Killer performance, amazing vibe, incredible show.
November 5, 2007
Close to Home
Another show just minuets from home in Scranton, For some reason I always expect Bobby to take it down a notch, save some energy for the bigger cities, the bigger venues. Yet again he has proved me wrong and to this date My Favorite Dog show is one from Scranton a few years earlier. These dates keep moving south and Now Bobby usually hits the peak around March.. Remember the Blizzard at the Peak,3/16/07? Anyway, this night was no diffrent, Bobby set us up and knocked us over like bowling pins and than did it again... Making it all the better is having all the old touring buddies there to throw the shit with.. Remembering the good ol' days and making more of the same. Thanks Bobby, Do not for a second ever think that all of this is not only very much appreciated but needed. You have opened so many eyes as awell as ears over the decades. Your music has been with me through all of the good times and bad times of my life. Always making the latter more tolerable. A friend we can always count on. I had to miss most of my shows of 2007 due to a back injury, but as the hands of time always return to their same position, so shall you and the music, Thank You, Billy Sweeney Recording is a bit iffy but the night rocked... It seemes everone has forgotten about the days of the cassette bootlegs and how long it tok to get a good one never mind a show you were at hours earlier...